Infrastructure Linux News for Dec 12, 2002
Computerworld.NZ: The Ultimate D-I-Y PC (Dec 12, 2002, 23:30)
Olliver pointed out that stereolithography already allows
three-dimensional printing of tangible objects... That brings to
mind the concept of open source hardware, Olliver says. 'One day, I
may be able to print my own PC...'
AME Info: Jordan Promotes Technology Innovation--Hosts Open Source Software Workshop (Dec 12, 2002, 11:30)
"The awareness-building workshop will take place on December 15
and 16 in Amman, under the patronage of H.E. Dr. Fawaz H. Zu'bi,
Minister of Information and Communications Technology..."
Viper's Lair: How to Setup a Linux Router/Firewall (Dec 12, 2002, 10:00)
"This is a small guide written to guide you on your journey of
setting up a Linux router/firewall. It'll allow you to share your
Internet connection and provide some protection to your home
Linux Magazine [Germany]: Workstation Video Adapter ATI FireGL X1 Tested (Dec 12, 2002, 07:00)
"On November 13th ATI launched a new generation graphics adapter
based on the FGL-9700 chipset. Linux Magazine took up an exclusive
invitation to test a pre-release version -- and soon had the
chipset fired up on Linux..."
Linux Orbit: Sharing Broadband Internet Access with SmoothWall 0.9.9 (Dec 12, 2002, 05:30)
"So, you want to share your Internet connection with more than
one computer in your house, and you want it to be secure. You're in
the right place. SmoothWall 0.9.9 (the latest free release) is a
small Linux operating system that allows you to do that, and much
Computerworld: Gateway to Offer Grid Computing Service with Store PCs (Dec 12, 2002, 04:00)
"Customers can submit jobs through a Web-based application to a
central [Red Hat Linux] server, which will then scan Gateway's
network of PCs to look for opportunities to use untapped processing
Mandrake Linux Advisory: wget (Dec 12, 2002, 02:17)
"A vulnerability in all versions of wget prior to and including
1.8.2 was discovered by Steven M. Christey..."